BioM: Hubing, Luann Marna (1963)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hubing, Hoffman, Henry, Manz, Harcey, Jacob, Daisher, Birkner, Gentner, Pankow, Flynn, Musil, Schield, Root, Cater, Davis, Babka, Briggs, Diehl, Drescher, Herry, Terrell, Palmer, Notley, Stevenson, Swann, Lockhart, Linster, Mauer
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) June 13, 1963
Hubing, Luann Marna (Marriage - 8 June 1963)
The marriage of Luann Marna Hubing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hubing of Neillsville, and William A. Hoffman; son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hoffman of Clayton, Mich., was solemnized Saturday afternoon in the First Methodist Church of Neillsville. The Rev. Lloyd Mauer officiated at a double ring ceremony.
Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was attired in a floor-length gown styled of Peau De Soie, with a fitted bodice that featured a scalloped Venice lace neckline enhanced with pearls. The long, tapered sleeves came to a point at the wrist. The full bouffant skirt featured Venice lace motifs, and the back was accented with a large bow which ended in a chapel train. A net crown, enhanced with pearls, held the silk illusion veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of lilies-of-the-valley, centered by a white orchid.
Miss Donna Henry of Milwaukee served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Katherine Manz of Neillsville and Mrs. Dennis Harcey of New Richmond. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Charlene Jacob, a niece of the bride. The attendants were attired in street length dresses of aqua Alencon georgette, with draped bodices, shirred cummerbunds and full, gathered skirts which were complete with a deep hem. They carried colonial-style bouquets of yellow and pink tea roses.
The groom was attended by Philip Daisher of Adrain, Mich., as bestman. Groomsmen were Richard Birkner of Chicago, and William Gentner of Brooklyn, Mich. Ushers were the groomsmen and Jack Pankow of Ypsilanti, Mich.
"The Lord’s Prayer" and "The Song of Ruth" were sung by Mrs. John Flynn, Jr., of Oshkosh, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Jas. A. Musil.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Masonic Temple for 120 guests. Miss Linda Diehl of Minneapolis, Minn., served as hostess. Mrs. Robert Jacob, Mrs. William Gentner and Mrs. Philip Daisher served the wedding cake, and punch was poured by Miss Patricia Schield of Milwaukee. Mary Manz was in charge of registration.
Following the day’s activities the couple left on a wedding trip to Northern Wisconsin. After June 15 they will make their home at 345 Main St., Battle Creek, Mich.
The bride is a graduate of Neillsville High School and attended Gale Institute in Minneapolis. She has been employed by the North Central Airline in Chicago, Ill. The groom is a 1956 graduate of Onsted High School. He served in the army for three years and is now employed by North Central in Battle Creek.
Relatives and friends from out-of-town attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hoffman, Lana and Brian, of Clayton, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Daisher of Adrain, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. William Gentner of Brooklyn, Mich.; Mrs. Celia Root and Mrs. Warren Cater of Knowlton; Eldred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hubing and Cathy of Granton; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Babka of Black River Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Hubing of Stoughton; Richard Birkner of Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. Randolph Briggs, Jill and Jean of Green Bay; Linda Diehl of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Drescher of Tomah; Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn, Jr., of Oshkosh; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harcey of New Richmond; Mrs. Howard Herry, Mrs. Wealthy Terrell of Wisconsin Rapids; Donna Henry, Erle Palmer of Milwaukee; Mary Manz of Madison, Sally Notley and Ethel Stevenson of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swann of Columbus; Jack Pankow of Ypsilanti, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lockhart of Eau Claire; and Mrs. Allen Linster of Plymouth.
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